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Napoleon Hill in Think and Grow Rich Described the Importance Of Using The Power of Your Brain to achieve amazing levels of awareness. Clairvoyance and mental telepathy are proven powers available to ...

Napoleon Hill in Think and Grow Rich Described the Importance Of Using The Power of Your Brain to achieve amazing levels of awareness. Clairvoyance and mental telepathy are proven powers available to each person who knows how to use their minds to achieve their dreams.

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    Napoleon Hill in Think and Grow Rich Described the Importance Of Using The Power of Your Brain Napoleon Hill in Think and Grow Rich Described the Importance Of Using The Power of Your Brain Presentation Transcript

    • THE BRAIN Is ABROADCASTING ANDRECEIVING STATION FOR THOUGHT And The Twelfth Step Toward RichesWebsite: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 1
    • Napoleon Hill, Dr. Alexander Graham Bell And Dr. Elmer R. Gates Observed That Every Human Brain Is Both A Broadcasting And Receiving Station For The Vibration Of Thought• Through the medium of the ether, in a fashion similar to that employed by the radio broadcasting principle, every human brain is capable of picking up vibrations of thought that are being released by other brains. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 2
    • • The Creative Imagination is the “receiving set” of the brain.• It receives thoughts, released by the brains of others.• It is the agency of communication between one’s conscious, or reasoning mind and the four sources you receive thought stimuli.• Through the emotions, the vibrations of thought may be increased. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 3
    • • When stimulated, or “stepped up” to a high rate of vibration, the mind becomes more receptive to the vibration of thought that reaches it through the ether from outside sources.• This “stepping up” process takes place through the positive emotions, or the negative emotions.• Thought is energy traveling at an exceedingly high rate of vibration. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 4
    • • Vibrations of an exceedingly high rate are the only vibrations picked up and carried, by the ether, from one brain to another.• Thought, that has been modified or “stepped up” by any of the major emotions, vibrates at a much higher rate than ordinary thought.• The brain that has been stimulated by the emotion of sex, vibrates at a much more rapid rate than it does when that emotion is quiet or absent. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 5
    • • It is this type of thought that passes from one brain to another, through the broadcasting machinery of the human brain.• The emotion of sex stands at the head of the list of human emotions, as far as intensity and driving force are concerned.• The result of sex transmutation is the increase of the rate of vibration of thoughts to such a pitch that the Creative Imagination becomes highly receptive to ideas it picks up from the ether. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 6
    • • When the brain is vibrating at a rapid rate, it not only attracts thoughts and ideas released by other brains through the medium of the ether, but it gives to your own thoughts that “feeling” that is essential before those thoughts will be picked up and acted upon by your subconscious mind.• You will see that the broadcasting principle is the factor through which you mix feeling, or emotion with your thoughts and pass them on to your subconscious mind. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 7
    • • Along with the important factors of the subconscious mind, and the faculty of the Creative Imagination, that constitute the sending and receiving sets of your mental broadcasting machinery, consider now the principle of auto-suggestion.• The subconscious mind is the “sending station” of the brain, through which vibrations of thought are broadcast. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 8
    • • The Creative Imagination is the “receiving set,” through which the vibrations of thought are picked up from the ether.• Auto-suggestion is the medium by which you may put into operation your “broadcasting” station.• Through the instructions described in the chapter on auto-suggestion, you were definitely informed of the method by which DESIRE may be transmuted into its monetary equivalent. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 9
    • You Have But ThreePrinciples To Bear In Mind, And To Apply, When You Wish To Use Your Broadcasting StationWebsite: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 10
    • The Greatest Forces Are “Intangible” • Operation of your mental “broadcasting” station is a comparatively simple procedure. • Your SUBCONSCIOUS MIND • Your CREATIVE IMAGINATION • AUTO-SUGGESTION • The procedure begins with DESIRE. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 11
    • The Greatest Forces Are “Intangible”• Humans have depended too much upon their physical senses.• They have limited their knowledge to physical things that they could see, touch, weigh, and measure.• We are now entering the most marvelous of all ages. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 12
    • The Greatest Forces Are “Intangible”• We are beginning to learn about the intangible forces of the world about us.• We have learned that the “other self” is more powerful than the physical self we see in the mirror.• Sometimes people speak lightly of the intangibles…the things they cannot perceive through any of their five senses. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 13
    • All Of Us Are Controlled ByForces Which Are Unseen And Intangible By Humans Who:• Do not possess the power to cope with or to control the intangible forces wrapped up in the rolling waves of the oceans• Do not have the capacity to understand the intangible force of gravity, that keeps this little earth suspended in mid-air, and keeps us from falling from it, much less the power to control that force. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 14
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• Are entirely subservient to the intangible force that comes with a thunder storm• Are just as helpless in the presence of the intangible force of electricity• Who do not even know what electricity is, where it comes from, or what is its purpose!• Who do not understand the intangible force and intelligence wrapped up in the soil of the earth, the force that provides us with every morsel of food we eat, every article of clothing we wear, every dollar we carry in our pockets. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 15
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• Humans are beginning to understand more about the intangible force (the greatest of all the intangibles) of thought.• Every day we learn more about the physical brain, and its vast network of intricate machinery through which the power of thought is translated into its material equivalent. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 16
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• We are now entering an age that will yield enlightenment on the subject.• “The figure is so stupendous,” said Dr. C. Judson Herrick, of the University of Chicago, “that astronomical figures dealing with hundreds of millions of light years, become insignificant by comparison.• It has been determined that there are from 10,000,000,000 to 14,000,000,000 nerve cells in the human cerebral cortex.• We know that these are arranged in definite patterns. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 17
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• These arrangements are not haphazard.• They are orderly.• It is inconceivable that such a network of intricate machinery should be in existence for the sole purpose of carrying on the physical functions incidental to growth and maintenance of the physical body. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 18
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• Is it not likely that the same system, which gives billions of brain cells the media for communication one with another, provides, also the means of communication with other intangible forces?• “The actual existence of telepathy and clairvoyance now seems to some scientists enormously probable as the result of Rhine’s experiments. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 19
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• Various percipients were asked to name as many cards in a special pack as they could without looking at them and without other sensory access to them.• About a score of men and women were discovered who could regularly name so many of the cards correctly that ‘there was not one chance in many a million of their having done their feats by luck or accident.’ Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 20
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• “The actual existence of telepathy and clairvoyance now seems to some scientists enormously probable as the result of Rhine’s experiments.• Various percipients were asked to name as many cards in a special pack as they could without looking at them and without other sensory access to them.• There is no known organ for them.• “But how did they do them? Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 21
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• About a score of men and women were discovered who could regularly name so many of the cards correctly that ‘there was not one chance in many a million of their having done their feats by luck or accident.’• These powers, assuming that they exist, do not seem to be sensory.• The experiments worked just as well at distances of several hundred miles as they did in the same room. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 22
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• These facts also dispose, in Mr. Wright’s opinion, of the attempt to explain telepathy or clairvoyance through any physical theory of radiation.• All known forms of radiant energy decline inversely as the square of the distance traversed.• Telepathy and clairvoyance do not.• But they do vary through physical causes as our other mental powers do. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 23
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• Contrary to widespread opinion, they do not improve when the percipient is asleep or half-asleep, but, on the contrary, when he is most wide-awake and alert.• Rhine discovered that a narcotic will invariably lower a percipient’s score, while a stimulant will always send it higher. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 24
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• The most reliable performer apparently cannot make a good score unless he tries to do his best.• “One conclusion that Wright draws with some confidence is that telepathy and clairvoyance are really one and the same gift.• That is, the faculty that ‘sees’ a card face down on a table seems to be exactly the same one that ‘reads’ a thought residing only in another mind.Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 25
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• There are several grounds for believing this.• So far, for example, the two gifts have been found in every person who enjoys either of them.• In every one so far the two have been of equal vigor, almost exactly.• Screens, walls, distances, have no effect at all on either. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 26
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• Wright advances from this conclusion to express what he puts forward as no more than the mere ‘hunch’ that other extrasensory experiences, prophetic dreams, premonitions of disaster, and the like, may also prove to be part of the same faculty.• The reader is not asked to accept any of these conclusions unless he finds it necessary, but the evidence that Rhine has piled up must remain impressive.” Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 27
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• In view of Dr. Rhine’s announcement in connection with the conditions under which the mind responds to what he terms “extra-sensory modes of perception, I now feel privileged to add to his testimony by stating that my associates and I have discovered what we believe to be the ideal conditions under which the mind can be stimulated so that the sixth sense described in the next chapter, can be made to function in a practical way. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 28
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• The conditions to which I refer consist of a close working alliance between myself and two members of my staff.• Through experimentation and practice, we have discovered how to stimulate our minds (by applying the principle used in connection with the “Invisible Counselors” described in the next chapter) so that we can, by a process of blending our three minds into one, find the solution to a great variety of personal problems which are submitted by my clients. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 29
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• The procedure is very simple.• We sit down at a conference table, clearly state the nature of the problem we have under consideration, then begin discussing it.• Each contributes whatever thoughts that may occur.• The strange thing about this method of mind stimulation is that it places each participant in communication with unknown sources of knowledge definitely outside his own experience. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 30
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• If you understand the principle described in the chapter on the Master Mind, you of course recognize the round-table procedure here described as being a practical application of the Master Mind.• This method of mind stimulation, through harmonious discussion of definite subjects, between three people, illustrates the simplest and most practical use of the Master Mind. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 31
    • The Dramatic Story Of The Brain• By adopting and following a similar plan any student of this philosophy may come into possession of the famous Carnegie formula briefly described in the introduction. Website: http://InSearchOfHeroes.net ©2012 All rights reserved. * In Search Of Heroes™ Program 32